Get Your Vaccine Here!

June 11, 2021 0

Haven’t had time to get your COVID-19 vaccine yet? Not sure if you’re ready? Mendocino County Public Health has partnered with local healthcare professionals, community activists, and local residents to share their knowledge about the vaccines and explain why they decided to get this life-saving vaccination. Here are just a couple:

As California starts to open up in the middle of June, it’s more important than ever that we get vaccinated to keep ourselves, our community, and those we love safe and healthy. Getting vaccinated allows us to safely enjoy the activities we all missed so much last summer, like music festivals, county and state fairs, graduation, and graduation parties.

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We are having a pop up vaccine clinic at the Fort Bragg & Mendocino Certified Farmers Markets in Fort Bragg on ?????????, ???? ??, ???????? ?? ?:?? ??. No appointment needed, all are welcome. Just roll up your sleeve and smile!

So get your vaccine, and get ready to hug your family and friends again, go to parties, and enjoy everything the summer has to offer. Let’s make this a happy and healthy summer for everyone!

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